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Finally some resolution on cursor jumping around on screen

(Topic created: 04-13-2024 02:37 PM)
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Sflboxter
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One hour thirteen minutes later, the cursor on my phone no longer jumps around like it is on a pogo stick. As the conversation progressed with the young lady from Tech Support and as we moved through settings, I asked her How about predictive text? (It had been suggested before, but then for some reason I turned it back on). Surprise, it worked. One issue solved two more to go. 

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SammieG
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Sflboxter
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No Real resolution. The issue will stop then. It comes back the issue. I thought about the Mexican jumping mean cursor now that's back but now it's affecting my text messages. The whole thing is just bizarre to me. Absolutely bizarre. Even the developer I reached out to Zack green. Nothing dear response was laughable
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SammieG
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Yeah, I still have that issue with text occasionally on my Fold 5.
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Sflboxter
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I am finding more and more are saying the same. I turned off my adaptive text, which helped a lot .However, every once in a while, it tries to do the jump. It's like a mischievous child! Even now, as I type this, it changed my words where I had a put "It's better" it changed it to it's tremendously better. I mean, seriously? It's as if it's been restrained and it's trying to reassert itself I'm watching the whole paragraph try to shift and change and move but it can't it bizarre...
Sflboxter
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24 hour updat: Glad I wasn't Expecting a hundred percent fix. What I will say is It's as if the cursor was on a drug induced crazed cocaine high. Now it's acting as if it's been pumped full of muscle relaxers and zanax. It's trying to act up.
I don't know what's worth.Of course, I've never seen anything like it. All I do is spend time going through the phone and shutting off systems.That I swore were not turned on in the first place or to come back and find they've been returned back on.
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